The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Michiana, or RMHC, help thousands of families by offering meals, showers, and other things they need while their children are receiving treatment at Memorial Children’s Hospital. RMHC was able to do this for more than 2,000 families at least 20,000 times in 2015. This was done thanks to funding received from the community and also from money raised by charity initiatives like the Men in Kilts.
Support the RMHC and Greg by casting a vote for him through a donation! Every dollar counts as one vote for the person you choose, and it all goes to a great cause. The person with the highest number of votes will be crowned the victor at the annual McDazzle Gala on September 29th. You don’t have much more time to vote, so do it soon!
We’re so proud of Greg for supporting his community by bravely wearing his kilt in order to raise awareness for RMHC.
Do you want to get some exercise and be doing so for a great cause? If so, then you should join the Tom Naquin team in a local walk to help raise money for the American Cancer Society. Tom Naquin is a proud sponsor of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
The walk is set to take place on Saturday, October 26th at Howard Park in South Bend, Indiana. Registration will take place at 8 A.M. and the walk will start at 9:30 A.M.
Help us raise money to find a cure by joining the Tom Naquin team today! For more information or to sign up for the team, contact Greg Fink or Bobbi Areaux at the dealership.
A lot of homes, businesses and automobiles were ruined last year during the disastrous super storm Sandy, including over 300 Chevrolet cars sitting in dealership lots or waiting to be shipped out. Most of these cars are unsalvageable due to water damage but that doesn’t mean they are unusable!
Chevrolet is donating 300 of the damaged vehicles to Guardian Centers, a fully functional training center for first responders. From rescue operations to disaster scenarios, Guardian Centers was built to prepare first responders for all phases of disaster preparedness by simulating a fully operational and modern cityscape.
These Chevy vehicles will help provide a realistic training environment for real-life situations where first responders develop specific skill sets and leadership skills, while also testing their plans and equipment. The different situations first responders will be trained for using the vehicles include wide area searches, traffic congestion in emergency situations, counter terrorism, public order and mass casualty.
“The vehicles we received from Chevrolet are an essential component of full immersion disaster response training in a metropolitan environment. This level of realism and effectiveness cannot be overstated,” said Geoff Burkart, founder and CEO of Guardian Centers, in a statement.
Our staff, here at Tom Naquin, is happy to see the ruined Chevy vehicles go to such a good cause!